The science and study of essential beauty.
The practice of using essential oils for their healing properties.
A trademark for a preparation of protein toxin, used to treat blepharospasms, strabismus, and muscle dystonias and to smooth facial wrinkles.
The Bowen Technique addresses key points to stimulate energy flow, but Bowen Technique involves a gentle, rolling motion, with very light touches. The practitioner will stimulate sets of points, often with pauses between sets.
Practice of assisting clients to determine and achieve personal goals. A trained coach will use a variety of methods, tailored to the client, to move through the process of setting and reaching goals.
It is clear that eating certain foods can increase your risk of chronic diseases, while other foods can help prevent them. Moderation is the key.
Regular exercise, light weights or resistance training and a healthy low fat diet will deliver lasting results over the long term.
Good health or physical condition, especially as the result of exercise and proper nutrition.
The overall condition of an organism at a given time. Soundness, especially of body or mind; freedom from disease or abnormality
The study of the iris of the eye, especially as associated with disease.
Meditation is a practice that has the potential to "still the mind" and to become consciously aware of the inner energy flow from where the "field of possibility" may be explored.
Massage not only aids in the repair and healing of injuries or strained muscles, but can also help soothe the tensions you may not even realise you have, helping you to relax and perform better! Once thought of as ‘pure indulgence’, massage is now being widely accepted as a necessity rather than a luxury
Clinical nutrition is the study of the relationship between food and the well-being of the body. The term "nutritional supplement" refers to vitamins, minerals, and other food components that are used to support good health and treat illness.
is a system of medicine based on the healing power of nature. There are two areas of focus in naturopathy: one is supporting the body's own healing abilities, and the other is empowering individuals to make lifestyle changes necessary for the best possible health
Pilates is a low impact form of body conditioning designed to improve muscle tone, and hence posture and correct muscular imbalances. It increases flexibility, balance, co-ordination, concentration, joint mobility, stamina and endurance and of course leads to a better overall sense of wellbeing.
Stress is caused by stress-inducing agents. The reaction to them, such as digestive problems is known as stress reaction - or simply stress.
Spirituality has been defined in numerous ways. These include: a belief in a power operating in the universe that is greater than oneself; a sense of interconnectedness with all living creatures; and an awareness of the purpose and meaning of life and the development of personal, absolute values. Although spirituality is often associated with religious life, many believe that personal spirituality can be developed outside of religion. Acts of compassion and selflessness, altruism, and the experience of inner peace are all characteristics of spirituality.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a complete medical system that has been used to diagnose, treat, and prevent illnesses
It all began with the American terms "well-being" and "fitness", which led a physician named Dunn in 1959 to coin the word "wellness": Not going to the limits in physical activity but rather bringing body, soul and spirit into balance. Massage, sauna, steam bath and solarium soon became part of the wellness definition.
is a reduction of the total body weight, which occurs when the body loses fluid, muscle mass, or fat. Also seen as effort to improve fitness, health, and/or appearance.
is a philosophy that connects the body, breath, and mind to energize and balance the whole person. This mind-body therapy involves physical postures, breathing exercises, and meditation to improve overall well-being.